Charlie Sheen returning to 'Two and a Half Men' at the end of February

charlie-sheen-cbs.jpgApparently Charlie Sheen doesn't need a rehab clinic, or more than one month to get back into working condition.

The actor, who is receiving in-home rehabilitation for addiction issues, is reportedly expected back to work on the set of "Two and a Half Men" by the end of the month.

A rep for Sheen tells the New York Daily News, "My understanding is that he will be back on the set at the end of February."

News of Sheen's hiatus from the show comes after reports of several benders, leading to concern from those around him. CBS has shut down production of his hit show temporarily, which is reportedly costing the network up to $250 million.

Let's hope Sheen can get it together and doesn't actually meet the same fate as Errol Flynn.
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